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Provisional measures in cross border cases - English Law perspective

Alexander Layton QC will be lecturing at the University of Lausanne on the topic of 'Provisional measures in cross border cases - English Law perspective' 1st November 2017.

His practice covers a wide range of commercial and other disputes, many of which involve questions of private international law or arbitration, as well as aspects of public international law, state immunity and contentious Chancery work. His practice is mainly in the High Court and Court of Appeal and in arbitral tribunals, he has also been admitted ad hoc to the Bars of Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. Alexander acts as both counsel and arbitrator in international commercial arbitrations in the UK and abroad. He has given expert evidence on English and European law in proceedings in Europe, Russia, Canada, Latin America and the United States and has lectured frequently on topics of European and international law in Britain, Europe and the United States.

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